12PM EDT Update 24 October 2018
We are keeping an eye on a broad area of low pressure located 900+ miles east of the northern Leeward Islands. The feature, tagged 95L, is expected by NHC to develop, but is not expected to threaten land.
Elsewhere, Super Typhoon Yutu with winds of at least 180 MPH is making landfall near Guam:
Last, moisture from former Cat 5 EPAC Willa is streaming into the southern Gulf states. A remnant of Willa may help form a coastal Low over the coming days and run up the south to southeast to eastern seaboard.
Hurricane Michael will be one remembered for years to come for this decade for Florida. Although Irma, Matthew and Hermine (The other 3 hurricanes, and only ones from the decade) will be remembered, the raw violent nature of Michael will put that at the top, along with its impacts well inland. Post analysis may bring it up to Category 5 after all is said and done. Callaway, Tyndall, Mexico Beach, Cape San Blas and Panama City within Gulf and Bay counties are forever changed, as many areas around ti were also.
Our twitter feed is full of examples and response to it.
Beyond that Leslie made landfall in Portugal and brought damage to there, very unexpectedly.
Two low-chance areas are being watched, a 20% area in the West Caribbean (94L) and another area in the Central Atlantic with 10%. Neither have much model support, but there is a possibility for one or two more systems this season before all is said and done.
Links for 95L may need to update - use with caution